This course offers you the opportunity to sharpen your skills in the areas of leadership, management, interpersonal relationships, problem solving, and more. You'll find this excellent curriculum presents a wide range of proven techniques plus plenty of time to practice those skills in a safe classroom environment. From shop-level meetings to unit-level strategic planning sessions, there are plenty of ideas that you can turn into action. Course objective is to learn and practice tools, techniques and concepts to help students get more from their team efforts. Specifically, skills will be developed in the following areas: Meeting Management, Facilitation, Team-Leadership, Project-Based Learning, Leadership Competencies: Team Building, Decision Making and Problem Solving, Customer Focus, Conflict Management, Management and Process Improvement.
Performance Improvement Guide
Active and Reserve E-6 to E-9, W-2 to W-4. O-1 to O-5, GS-9 to GS-13, and Senior Auxiliary Members. High performers in other pay grades are encouraged to attend with supervisor approval. Attendees should have roles ranging from command cadre positions to those who provide direct supervision to groups or teams.
American Council on Education (A.C.E.) Accreditation
Course #: 500203
Location: Coast Guard Academy, New London, CT; USCG Maintenance & Logistics Command Pacific Electronic Support Units, Alameda, CA; USCG Air Station Clearwater, Clearwater, FL; USCG Atlantic Area Command Center (Lant Area) Portsmouth, Portsmouth, VA; USCG Integrated Support Command (ISC) Kodiak, Kodiak, AK; USGC Integrated Support Command, Honolulu, HI; USCG Headquarters, Washington, DC; USCG Sector San Juan, San Juan, PR; USCG Air Station Cape Cod, Cape Cod, MA; USCG National Conference (NACON) Chicago, Chicago, IL; Aviation Training Center, Mobile, AL
Length: 1 week (45 hours)
Exhibit Dates: 2/09–Present
Credits: In the upper-division baccalaureate category, 3 semester hours in organizational leadership (8/09)
William.A.Donahue@uscg.mil or (860)701-6368